Our culture statement: We are fun. We are together.
Dear St. George's families,
Thank you to all families who logged onto Teams to participate in Parents' Evening on Tuesday or Thursday this week. It is so important we work together to help our pupils be the very best they can be.
This week, we have had a focus on Mental Health across the school. Please check out the news items below to find out more.
School Council have been busy making a difference through various fundraising activities this week. A big thank you to everyone who spent some money over the course of the week. School Council will be sure to have more cakes next time as they were incredibly popular!
We wish you the very best of half-terms, full of rest and fun, ready for learning after the break.
This week, St George’s have been celebrating Children’s mental Health Week in lots of amazing ways. Following the theme ‘Growing Together’ we have been finding so many different ways of growing on the inside as well as the outside!
This is a reminder that World Book Day is just around the corner.
We will be doing lots of reading activities at school on the day.
We will also be asking pupils to come dressed as their favourite book character. Please try your best to make sure that your child is wearing an outfit of a book character. This does not have to cost money - often the best outfits are made from items of clothing you have around the house.
Have a think about who your child could come as!
A reminder that you can access parental support on Monday, Wednesday or Friday from Carley between 9:00am and 9:30am.
If you would like support for any issues or guidance to external agencies, Carley is here to help.
She is also available on the gate at the end of the day every evening.
At St. George's we say 'We are fun. We are together.' That includes our parents and wider community.